WinTray is a DLL library that can embed any Windows control into the status area of the taskbar (also known as System Tray). WinTray can embed any kind of controls, for example, Panel, Combobox, Image, Edit, Button can be embedded.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Kuliba WinTray is a DLL library that can embed any control(s) into the status area of the taskbar (also known as System Tray). The user can see the current state of your application and even control the application directly from the system tray. The status area is the only place at the desktop that is always available without having to search for it too long.
Kuliba WinTray allow you to put your control in the system tray panel and that is why you do not have to search for it just move the mouse cursor to the task panel. Your control not be missing and the user can always find it in the same place. The user will be notified in time and will be able to respond faster.
Kuliba WinTray allow you to embed any kind of contol into the status area: for example, Panel, Combobox, Image, Edit, Button, etc. The number of embedded controls is also unlimited. For example, you can put a panel containing two controls (for example, the edit and enter button) into the system tray. Once the controls are embedded, they can be used for any windows operations, for example, drag-and-drop.
Kuliba WinTray can set the size of the embedded area (width and height) and this size can be changed during the run-time. The application can be adjusted exactly to the size of the system tray and its alignment (left/right or top/bottom part of the desktop). It is also possible to set the alignment of the embedded areas relative to the system tray icons and to the system clock. Possible alignment options are: to the left of tray icons (unavailable in Win95/98), between tray icons and the system clock, to the right of the system clock.
Kuliba WinTray is compatible with all the current Windows versions beginning from Windows 95 and up to Windows XP. Win 9x and NT-clones have different status area architecture and this fact is also reflected by the library. The library supports the new Show/Hide Tray icon feature that was introduced in Windows XP.
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